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Jott Thought: Jott out of BETA


Jott Thought: Jott out of Beta!

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Expanded Thought: Got my email today that Jott is out of BETA. They thanks us, and now ask us to choose a plan purchase. Jott Basic (Free / Ad Support / Limited Functionality), Jott ($3.95 a month – similar features as before), Jott Pro ($12.95 – all features including some connectors to smart phones.)

Let’s see how many people stick with Jott. I will be, it has improved my productivity greatly.

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Jott Thought: RSS Usage and Knowledge


Jott Thought: RSS usage and knowledge. 88% don’t know what RSS is. listen

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Expanded Thought: This is among US Employees. This would be a great niche to fill as a flanking marketing tactic by a service providing RSS Readers or RSS Add-ons!

Source: Workplace Print Media, August 2006; MediaBuyerPlanner, August 2006

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Jott Thought: Posting to Twitter…


Jott Thought: Posting to Twitter is as easy as making a phone call and there’s no internet connection required. listen

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Expanded: Jott’s ability to transcribe voice to text and publish it to a service like Twitter opens the door to posting with your phone that would otherwise be very dangerous. With a speed dial to Jott, you could easily tweet that you’re stuck in traffic, while never having to fumble with a numeric keypad or micro keyboard of your blackberry or iPhone.

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Jott Thought: A marketers dream …


A marketers dream, dog memory. We all wish that when we walk into the room, everyone takes immediate notice and is so happy to see us as if we had gone missing for ages. listen

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Expanded: This concept came to me after seeing a comedian describe the difference between cats and dogs. Oh how we wish at times that our clients had the memory of a dog. We leave the room and they become confused because something has changed. We enter the room and it’s like they are seeing us for the first time again.

Unfortunately, clients often behave more like cats!

Move on this to come …..

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Jott this down!


This is going to be a slightly different post then normal. We usually talk about Internet Marketing, but on this occasion we want to sing the praises of a new tool we have come across. This tool will increase the productivity of your organization, especially if mobile. I wish I could remember where I heard this tool first, because I want to thank them for bringing this to our attention.

Jott™ Beta – Get Simple Back

This is a voice to text service that we have been using for several months now. We travel a lot, visiting customers or in general to soccer matches or other family events. I can’t count how many times I text messaged my client’s or family’s phones while driving without every having to find a key on my phone keypad. It is easy and safe, and so much more.

Things you can do!

Remember, this is using your cell phone to talk to Jott and they convert it to text and send it to where you wanted it to go:

  1. send emails and text messages by voice
    • to yourself
    • to someone else
    • to a group of pepole
  2. set reminders by voice
  3. create to-do items by voice
  4. post to web services with their voice

Web Services

Now they call it Jott Links. I call it exponential productivity. With Jott Links you can use Jott to send items into other web services. I, for instance, use it to update my different Google Calendars, Remember-the-Milk To-Do Lists, and soon my Jott Thoughts here on this WordPress Blog.

Here is a page which shows the current Jott Links you can set up: Jott Links

It Is FREE!

Enough said.

(Updated 8/21/08 – Jott out of BETA – it’s still free but some features cost!)

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First jott thought …


First jott thought. Testing out the service to see if it’s working the way I thought it should. listen

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This post was from my cell phone using a service call Jott.  To read more about this service review our post: Jott This Down.  This will be a way for our group to collect thoughts which will eventually merge into full streams of thought as we author future posts.

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